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Fan Dance, February, 1934

Produced in: February, 1934 / 1

Features: 10 balls for 5 cents. Ebony cabinet with A.B.T. coin chute and Van Velvet ball lift and plunger assembly. Achieving playfield scoring objectives closes the fan in the lower playfield to briefly reveal an apparently risqué picture underneath.

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#Produced: in February, 1934

Manufacturer: The Garco Co., of Chicago, Illinois

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Notes: The February 1934 Billboard ad shown here refers to Sally Rand and her famous fan dance performances during the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair. The Fair opened again in May 1934 for a five month run. An Automatic Age article dated May 1934 page 59 (not shown here) indicates that jobbers who sent payment for this game had their checks returned without explanation. The article states that no one ever knew what happened and the manufacturer never advertised further about it. This suggests that the game never went into production.

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